Ann Kirkpatrick (D-AZ)
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Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick is challenging Sen. John McCain. She was initially elected to the US House in 2008, but lost her seat in 2010 after casting a courageous vote for the Affordable Care Act. She ran again after redistricting, and won the seat in 2012, and again in 2014. Prior to being elected to Congress, she was in the State House from 2005 through 2007, taught Business Law and Ethics at a community college, and was Deputy County Attorney and City Attorney for Sedona.
- On the Issues: Kirkpatrick is very supportive of campaign finance reform efforts and could be a champion on this issue. Her voting record on climate issues is weak, but she readily acknowledges the need to address the issue. She supports LGBT equality, and is strongly pro-choice.
- Election update (9/27): Incumbent John McCain has led by double digits in last three polls. He has a significant cash on hand advantage, which will make it difficult for Kirkpatrick to overcome his lead.